Six bedroom, six and a half bath stone mansion on five acres. Sleeps 14 in beds.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
No parties/events - No more than 14 guests are allowed on the propertyNo more than 14 guests are allowed on the property
Max guests: 14
Minimum age of primary renter: 30
- No music outside after 8pm or before 8am.
- No parking on street.
- No more than 14 guests are allowed on the property without prior written permission from the hosts.
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
Minimum 3-day vacancy between guest stays
About Elaine Bogue
The Stone House is owned by three women - Anne Collier, Elaine Bogue and Joanne Krawczyk. Anne & Elaine are cousins. The Stone House has been in their family since 1855. After burning in 1924 it lay in ruins until 2013 when the process of lovingly rebuilding it to its former majesty began. Growing up Anne spent her Summer's on Quoketaug and lived the rest of the time in Canada. Elaine grew up across the street from the Stone House on the family farm. She now works as an engineer and lives in Massachusetts. Joanne came in as an owner in 2014 although she had been working on the restoration for at least a decade before that. They can often be found at the house on weekends enjoying the fruits of their labor.
Elaine Bogue purchased this Estate in 1855
Why Elaine Bogue chose Stonington
The Stone House is a great Gathering Place. Between the 3rd floor Cottrell Room and the verandah guests have more than 1,700 square feet of space to sit, relax and just enjoy each other's company. Add to that the more than five acres of open fields and gardens and you have the perfect setting for getting together with family and friends.
What makes this Estate unique
The Stone House is located along the first designated scenic highway in Connecticut in a quiet rural setting. It's position at the top of Quoketaug Hill gives it a sweeping three-state view of Fishers Island, Long Island, Watch Hill and Block Island.